Can’t Wear a Seatbelt, The Judge is Never Wrong, Liberian Pride

Can’t Wear a Seatbelt, The Judge is Never Wrong, Liberian Pride

(funky upbeat music) Stacey Dandy. Good morning, Stacey.
Good morning. How are you this morning? Fine, thank you, how are you? Oh, thank you for asking. How do I look, okay?
Good, you look great. People ask me how you’re doing, you know, I think maybe something’s wrong, alright. You’re not trying to butter me up now, are you? No. Sometimes it helps. It’s not helping you though, because you already made a deal with the city solicitor, okay. You were charged with not having your seat belt on, now why didn’t you have the seat belt on, tell me? It’s very difficult for me to get in and out of the seat belt, ’cause I have really bad degenerative arthritis in my neck and my arm and also my hands are really bad. So you have a medical reason not wearing a seat belt? Yes, sir. Are you telling me the truth? Yes, sir. You can see ’em. Patrolman Hastings, do you believe her? Your Honor, I do believe her. You believe her?
I do. Hm, Inspector Quinn, you believe her? I have no reason to doubt it, your Honor. I’m sure it was it was clicking and ticking enforcement. We’re gonna revisit this now, okay. Okay. So you met with the city solicitor and the Patrolman, who is supporting you actually, even though he just made a recommendation, that you pay a $40 fine, right, so you agreed to pay a $40 fine, right? Yes. Did you agree to that?
Yes. Patrolman agreed to that, okay. However, I’m not gonna do that. According to your testimony, you have a medical reason and the medical reason I think is sufficient and Patrolman agrees with you, that you may have this medical condition. Inspector Quinn says he has no reason not to believe you and I believe you, because you seem to be pretty forthcoming, it has nothing to do with you trying to butter me up incidentally, you understand that? Yes. You think it helped that you gave me a compliment? No, because I know you would see right through that, if I was lying. Alright. Actually it’s obvious, you do have somewhat of a medical condition, if that’s the reason, both the police officer and the prosecutor said they believe you, so if they believe you, I believe you as well, you present well and so even though you made a recommendation, there was a recommendation from the solicitor to charge you $40, I’m gonna override that and I’m gonna dismiss it. Do you agree with that? Sure, thank you.
Okay. Excuse me, your Honor, the court would just like to tell the motorist, that if for some reason, you can get a note from your doctor explaining the circumstances, it would avoid the officer and you from having to come to court in future. Thank you. Now I don’t wanna see you here every week on this, right, you hear what Inspector Quinn said? Okay, good luck.
Thank you. Judith Ingham. Good morning.
Good morning, Judith, what terrible thing did you do, you wanna confess? I would love to confess. Alright, well, this is not a confessional, but nevertheless we do have some unsolved crimes upstairs and if you wanna confess to those. Well, hopefully we can figure this one out together. Okay, let’s figure it out. The major offense that you are charged with is parking overnight.
Yes. Okay, what do you wanna tell me? In front of my house.
Oh, it’s even worse. I know, I have an overnight pass, Oh.
that actually expires today, which is actually very ironic. That has nothing to do with the violation. So I was parked outside of my house, I have the sticker displayed on the rear driver’s side of my car in the window and I got a ticket. So Inspector Quinn, you wanna be heard on this? Your Honor, I would have to check, excuse me, I’d have to check the computer to see if that is correct.
And I have a receipt. I have no reason to doubt the motorist, but we have to double check. You know what happened? I don’t know who designed the stickers, right, they have a dark blue sticker, that parking enforcement officers there at night, they don’t see it.
It’s dark. I explained that to ’em in the beginning, I would have made ’em all neon orange or whatever, so it would show up at night, but. How do you feel about this, is Judith telling the truth? Yeah, I have no reason not to believe her, but I could verify it through the computer. Inspector Quinn, you know that I never make a mistake? That’s correct.
Alright. That is correct. Judith, I’m telling ya, I’m testing him now, right and if I’m ever wrong, you’re gonna get this as your punishment, right? Ooh!
I’m telling you right now. I’m dismissing this,
Thank you. outright.
Thank you. Good luck to you. (funky upbeat music) Anthony Karfair, you are charged with blocking an intersection on Westminster and Snow Streets. Is there anything you wanna tell me about this? Yes, it was during the night and I was driving, I was doing a Uber, so when I got there, the people, my client, I stopped for five seconds, ’cause I gotta stop recording, so when I stop and I try to call them, that I’m here, so they can come down and they told me that they was coming, I see them coming and the other guy that was behind me was so rude about this. At the time I start, he started beeping the horn and other guy, the puffer, then all of them start beeping their horn. Did you get a tip from your client? Did he feel bad for you? A tip?
Yeah, after you’ve drove them, they give you extra money. No, they didn’t give me no tip. Oh, no tip? Well, you know what a tip is, you know. Yeah, I know a tip, but they didn’t give me no tip. Oh, no tip.
It’s optional, you don’t ask it. You got a ticket and no tip? Yeah, I got ticket, yeah. I see that you’re a world traveler here, you got the shirt on that says New York, Los Angeles. That’s my tailor.
Paris, right, have you been to those places? Yeah.
Yeah, you’ve been to Paris? No, not Paris, but New York. You can’t, that’s false advertising, you’re saying you went to all these places. Okay, now I see that medallion around your neck, right. That’s my country’s seal, Liberia. You familiar with that, Inspector Quinn? No, your Honor, I’m looking at the medallion now, I thought it was a badge or something, but apparently he’s stating it’s, I guess a coat of arms or something from Liberia. Well, if you’re proud of your native country, then we wanna congratulate you, because you should be. You know, we all have pride in where we come from, we all have, you know, love for, me, I was born here, I love this country and we all, you know, we love the flag and what it stands for, democracy and so forth, so you should be proud of your country too. I’m glad to see that you–
Yeah, I am proud of my country, yeah. That you proudly wear that. So I’m not gonna fine him, I’m not gonna do that, I’m gonna give you a break on it, I think you’re entitled to a break, you’re a hardworking guy, you’re proud of your country, you come here, you make a nice impression. Thank you very much, sir. Good luck to you. Thank you. All rise and hit subscribe, so you don’t miss the latest viral moments like this one. Share these videos and weigh in on the cases, you be the judge, subscribe now.

100 Replies to “Can’t Wear a Seatbelt, The Judge is Never Wrong, Liberian Pride”

  1. He's definitely a fair judge and has compassion for others I wish more judges were like him. May God continue blessing this man.

  2. I don't even subscribe to this channel, but run across this judge often, and ALWAYS like the outcomes.

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  4. Where does their city get all their money from. All i see is dismissed cases. Hes a great judge though. Only courtroom ive seen where everyone is smiling.

  5. Their once was a judge in my hometown ,he was just like that , and he was doing his job very well,RR NC , Roanoke Rapids North Carolina THANKS

  6. Do you think other judges are jealous of him because everyone loves him? Im just imagining them all trying to make jokes and be like him so they can get the loving too

  7. I'm legally allowed to run over pedestrians because it helps with my anxiety. I have a note from my doctor.

  8. Due to the safety of the driver and others, the first lady may not be fit to drive anymore. I do not wish the loss of that privilege upon her but there is a deeper concern.

  9. It's a tyrannical law anyway, we pay taxes on our vehicles when we buy it, and property tax as well as insurance and a standard with an inspection that we have to meet as well as working hard to pay for and maintain our own vehicles, then the government comes along and tells us a sound minded grown up to put own the seatbelt or else. We're not children, we're held responsible for our vehicles and then they impose that we have to by law put it on. I'm not against seatbelts, it probably is safer in most situations but its tyrannical to make grown ups put it own if they don't want and the first person that comes along and abolishes this law, I don't care of its hitlers son I'm voting for him or her

  10. ستبقى راسخة في دهون العقلاء امريكا قوية وستبقى كذلك لأنها سلطة قضائية مستقلة .يستمع الطرفين لاتحاول القانون .كما أنه سلطة العفو ويستعمل نفوذه .وفي بعض الحالات يشتكي المخالف وعن معاناته ومشاكلها النفسية والاجتماعية فلايقمعه ولايستفيذون بل يتركه يعبر .كما يستقبل حتى أطفال المخالفين ويطلب رأيه والله لن تجد فوق الأرض في الوقت الراهن واحد مثله وفقه الله وشرح صدره للإسلام. .

  11. You love the judge cause he lets just about everyone off the hook, what if he didn’t do that, would you still love the judge? I actually wouldn’t let those many off the hook. The judge believes just about every story out there. I mean anyone can walk in there make up a story, and the judge would probably believe it. The judge is cool, but too easy.

  12. What an inspirational human being this man is. It’s so rare to see people who listen to others these days. He speaks with the people standing before him. He doesn’t just speak AT them. He actually makes them feel comfortable with being in a courtroom.

    I worked as a manager of a small loan company. I regularly had to take my customers who didn’t pay to court. The very first time I’d ever been in a courtroom I asked the manager from the sister office of my company to stand with me so that I’d feel more at ease. The judge was rude and made fun of me for feeling as though I needed someone beside me. (I quit the job because of the terrible tactics that they expected us to use in order to get money from people. STAY AWAY FROM SMALL LOAN COMPANIES!!! They are almost always a trap and end up taking so much more money from you than you ever receive from them in the first place.) I was nervous and was made to feel that I was the person who was in the wrong. It was hideous.

    It’s a beautiful thing to see judges like Judge Caprio and Judge Cicconetti on the bench.

  13. I have severe degenerative disc disease in my neck and spine, plus RA and at 47 I’ve had to stop driving. Seatbelts are hard for me so I tend to just stay home 🤷🏻‍♀️

  14. Then she shouldn't be able to drive! If she can't buckel and unbukel a seat belt how can she hold a steering wheel? Total BS!

  15. Wow, We Need More Judges like this Judge, He is very professional and kind and humorous, a wonderful MAN!!
    Thank you Sir, Judge, U are great, Thank you!
    God bless you and ur 👪 always and through, Jesus Christ name I pray for you and your 👪 always and if it be, Our Fathers, will, Amen, Amen, 😍 👵 grandma Victoria Mickley, PA.

  16. Human compassion. It's a foreign thing these days. what a blessing of a judge you are. You give us all a breath of hope. Kindness. Thank you your honor.

  17. I believe in following the law and I feel your the fairest judge I've ever experienced. But nobody is always right.

  18. A seatbelt is self retractable and needs 1 button to undo. I mean, it's only a matter of time where the lack of a seatbelt takes her life and/or makes her unable to ever get in a car agaim

  19. Why do you even bring that women at courts who have serious medical condition.
    Feels totally made up.

  20. A patriot always respects a patriot of another country…it's good to see he gave the guy from Liberia a break.

  21. I love the judge but the woman who couldn't put on her seatbelt should have her license revoked or suspended until she is able to put on her seatbelt. The judge should have told her that

  22. Back in the days they had some cars with auto seat belt that puts it on and moves away when you open the door.

  23. I think I've seen her in a horror movie.Just looking at her is scaring the crap out of me.Btw if you can were a seat belt don't be in a car.Ride the bus.

  24. Should have banned her from driving. If she doesn't wear a seat belt and she has a crash, she could possibly be killed.

  25. Trump should be made watch this wonderful man in action! The compassion and respect he has for immigrants is heartwarming.

  26. The seat belt excuse won't work Hear. The police and judge will say…. If your so bad you cannot use a seat belt… That means you cannot operate a car!!!!!

  27. I don't know why for the life of me you're not on primetime you're my better than Judge Judy God bless you judge thank you for helping these people out like I said I still think and I wish you were my judge

  28. WHAT?? and, the judge believed that last guy?? If he love his native country, what is he doing driving and doing violations in America??

  29. I hope all the judge like jugde Carpio… He asked person nicely and sometimes not terrifying.. he understand situation all the time..

  30. I am from India. Very happy to watch the jurisdiction from a judge. Really touched my heart. Would like to meet such a wonderful and kind hearted person. God bless u Frank.

  31. Yeah really sweet but as I assumed its a reality show that are all staged in one way or another. He is obviously having selected non-serious cases going to him. That I'm sure has something to do with propaganda of making people believe such Judges as himself exist in Court rooms that are so nice and non-bias to all. Not!

  32. Hi mister judge !
    I have a great idea to avoid trials about unpaid parking meter or other made to pay the parking . Wy the people have not the posibility to pay the extra time when come back to his car ? Well be beter for the court cause will not have so many trials and for state . Cause I give you an example :
    A person come with his car on the place of parking at 09:05 AM . He plan to stay 1 hour . Unfortunately he can not come back in one hour . He come back in one hour and 25 minute . So he will be forced to pay another hour . But he leave the parking place in that moment . Remain 35 minute parking payed . In this time another car come ti park . Another car , another plates . So that money payed before from the other driver remain already payed , but can not be used by that driver . But the state . This metod I think that reduce the trials in court and in same time will bring more money to the autority . What did you sed about this idea ?

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